A red triangle indicates that traffic is rising so I would have to assume each hub would only have a maximum of 1 red triangle at any given time. It wouldn't make sense for there to be multiple red triangles on 1 hub. Maybe I'm wrong and some people see multiple red triangles when traffic sky-rockets. I have never seen more than one on a single hub though.
EDIT: Indeed I am wrong! LOL...I am jealous of those who get more than 1 red triangle now!
I am pretty sure that it is 2 - at least that is the most I have had! In case you did not know red means more traffic so you want those 2 red arrows!
Sorry Never Forget but you are wrong blue means a decline!
Thanks ns1209. I've gotten 2 and I was just wondering if you can get more.
I think two is maximum, but i'm not sure. I've seen max two red and blue triangles in my hubs.
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